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BMF supports Road to Recovery Survey for plumbing and heating

Builders merchants trade association the Builders Merchants Federation is supporting Eureka! Research in its quest to understand what working life is really like for the plumbing and heating trades coming out of the Coronavirus lockdown.

The research company is gathering information from as many installer businesses as possible to discover how things have changed since the early days of the crisis and the challenges they now face.  The research will provide strong real-time evidence with which to lobby policymakers and decision makers in Government. It will also shape the types of services, products and support that the P&H sector will need to help it recover.

The research is supported by a cross sector working group* encompassing trade bodies, including the BMF, and respected P&H brands. To encourage responses and help those on the tools get back on their feet, a prize fund competition worth £4,500 is available to every P&H business that takes in the survey, which can be found here -> https://tinyurl.com/y8z7rl87

The BMF is encouraging Members to spread the word amongst their plumbing and heating  customers as the survey will aid their understanding of the challenges and future intentions amongst this important audience. Pre-registration for the survey results is via the portal: www.eurekaresearch.co.uk/covid19report

John NewcombChief Executive Officer, BMF, said: “With prolonged enforced closures and delays in the materials supply chain it is more important than ever that we understand how our trade customers are coping and adapting as they return to work. We are supporting Eureka! Research in their unique initiative to understand the changing landscape in Plumbing & Heating. We would encourage as many of our Members and their customers to get behind this campaign as possible.”

About Fiona Russell-Horne

Fiona Russell-Horne
Group Managing Editor across the BMJ portfolio.

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